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Ulster University: Global Capital Markets

Institution Ulster University
Department Belfast Campus
Web http://www.ulster.ac.uk
Email admissions@ulster.ac.uk
Telephone +44 (0)28 9036 6309
Study type Taught

Summary

The Professional Services sector is one of the biggest employers in the UK. The fluidity and fast pace that comes with a career in the financial services industry is unparalleled.

This course has been designed to ensure theory learned is relevant to the modern dynamic environment. You will explore areas such as financial theory, products and markets, corporate governance, conduct and ethics, risk management and measurement, regulation and compliance, project management, business analysis, financial technology, financial crime and more.

You will develop critical awareness of the international financial and professional services environment and gain an appreciation of professional ethical standards and conduct.

By learning to analyse financial problems critically, rationally and rigorously and to creatively and systematically apply knowledge and understanding of finance concepts to complex issues you will graduate ready for a diverse range of opportunities in financial services, accounting, consultancy, business or management.

IMPORTANT: A number of courses will be transitioning to the Belfast Campus. The new campus is on schedule to open its doors and welcome students from September 2021. With the impact of COVID-19 prevailing into 2021, the University is working closely with contractors to mitigate any impact of the pandemic on the opening date.

Master of Science - MSc (PG)

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